A-level results: Windsor Girls' School
Nicky Karman, Georgina Brookes and Meera Mistry were all delighted with their results.
THE Imperial Road school recorded an almost perfect set of A-level results yesterday (Thursday) with 99% of entrants passing their exams.
Among the 61 pupils in Year 13 at the school was 18-year-old Nicky Karman who is heading to the University of Sussex to study computer science.
Nicky, who achieved As in product design and maths and a B in physics, wants to design video games.
She said: "I have never done any programming before, but I want to get into the games industry.
"After America, Britain is the biggest video gaming industry and it is really growing. I am so excited."
Meera Mistry achieved an A* in biology, an A in maths and B in physics and will be on the road to Cardiff University to read maths in September.
The 18-year-old said: "I needed one A and two Bs. I got a lot of help from the staff here because I had some re-takes to do as well through the year and that was a lot of extra work."
Georgina Brookes was the school's deputy head girl in her final year and will take her leadership skills to Royal Holloway University where she will read economics in September.
She received an A in economics, Bs in maths and French and a C in further maths, and said: "I can't imagine life without this school, but I am ready to move on."
The school returned a 55% A* to C rate and 7% of exam entrants achieved A* and A grades.
Sally Saunders, the school's head of sixth form, said: "We are delighted with the results. A lot of work has gone into the sixth form and it has paid off."